Exhibition proves out of this world

THE Bunker Cartoon Gallery has come alive with aliens and monsters all from the imaginations and pens of many of the best cartoonists in the business.

Forget scary, these monsters are more humorous than horrible. Aliens & Monsters is an exhibition of selected works from the Bunker’s vast archive of more than 20,000 cartoons known as the Coffs Cartoon Collection, which has been amassed from the annual Rotary Cartoon Awards competition.

The exhibition runs until May 8. Admission $3 for adults, $2 for under 16s and children under five free.

In conjunction with this exhibition, the gallery will host school holiday cartoon workshops from today to Friday conducted by Phil Judd from Comic Express Studio.

Tomorrow’s workshop is an “adults only” evening event for those aged 16 and over. The workshops on the Friday and Saturday will cater for artists aged seven to 15. The cost for each workshop is $20 per person with all equipment supplied. Call 6651 7343 or stop by the gallery.

The Bunker Cartoon Gallery is on John Champion Way (off City Hill Dr), and is open seven days, 10am to 4pm. Phone 6651 7343.



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